Sony Bravia HX803 3D TV to launch tomorrow

Sony 3D Bluray to accompany active shutter TV launch

Sony's extra dimension arrives

The first 3D TV models from Sony will go on sale tomorrow, Friday 11th June, the Japanese company has confirmed.

The Sony Bravia HX803 will mark Sony’s first foray into consumer 3D TV with the release of 40 and 46-inch models starting at £1,799.

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The impressive features list of full 1080p local dimming edge LED backlighting, Motionflow Pro motion enhancement tech, Freeview HD tuners, Bravia Internet Video, DLNA and four HDMIs will all take a bow to the Bravia HX803’s party piece, the 3D active shutter technology.

Combined with the active shutter glasses, anyone picking themselves up one of Sony’s new 3D TVs will be able to enjoy a host of 3D content from moment they plug it in.

Launching alongside the Sony Bravia HX803 will be Sony’s new 3D ready Bluray player, the Sony BDV-E370 which is to be bundled with a 3D copy of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.

In anticipation of the 3D launch tomorrow, Sony today released the first 3D titles for the PS3 meaning the exciting new offering of 3D TV and movie content will get a further desirable boost from 3D gaming too.